Ohio State’s Christian Tomei Enters the NCAA Transfer Portal

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Ohio State freshman goalie Christian Tomei announced via Twitter on Monday night that he had entered the NCAA Transfer Portal. Continue reading “Ohio State’s Christian Tomei Enters the NCAA Transfer Portal”

PLL Announces Week Six Stop in Minneapolis

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The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has announced that they will be making a stop in Minneapolis, Minn. for week six of the 2020 season. Viking Lakes and TCO Stadium in Eagan, Minn. will play host to the PLL during their week six stop on July 11th and 12th.  Continue reading “PLL Announces Week Six Stop in Minneapolis”

Teams Who Have Impressed During the First Month of The Season

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After Week five action, the 2019-20 NLL season has been alive for roughly a month now. While the scheduling hasn’t allowed for every team or player the same opportunity to showcase their talents equally, there have certainly been teams that have stood out during the first month of the season. Continue reading “Teams Who Have Impressed During the First Month of The Season”

2020 Schedule Preview: Loyola Greyhounds

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The Loyola Greyhounds are the 39th DI team to announce their 2020 schedule. The Greyhounds come into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign in which they went 12-5 overall and 7-1 in the Patriot League. The Greyhounds lost to Army in the Patriot League semifinals, beat Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA tournament, and lost to Penn State in the NCAA quarterfinals. Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Loyola Greyhounds”

2020 Schedule Preview: North Carolina Tar Heels

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The North Carolina Tar Heels are the 38th DI team to release their 2020 schedule. North Carolina comes into the 2020 season after going 8-7 overall, 1-3 in the ACC in 2019. The Tar Heels lost in the semifinals of the ACC tournament after beating Syracuse in the first-round.  Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: North Carolina Tar Heels”

2020 Schedule Preview: Fairfield Stags

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The Fairfield Stags are the 33rd DI team to release their 2020 schedule. Fairfield comes into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign that saw them go 5-9 overall, 0-5 in the CAA, and miss the CAA tournament for the third consecutive season. Additionally, the Stags had a coaching change over the summer as former Yale defensive coordinator Andrew Baxter took over the reigns at Fairfield.  Continue reading “2020 Schedule Preview: Fairfield Stags”

2020 schedule Preview: Albany Great Danes

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The Albany Great Danes are the 32nd team to announce their 2020 schedule. The Danes come into the 2020 season after a 2019 campaign that saw them go 5-9 overall, 4-3 in the America East, and loose to Vermont in the America East semifinals. Additionally, Albany missed the NCAA tournament for the first time in 2019, as well.  Continue reading “2020 schedule Preview: Albany Great Danes”

Early Contenders: MAAC

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As the calendar turns to November it marks the end of fall ball and the beginning of, essentially, the pre-season for NCAA lacrosse. While it is still early and there is only so much you can take from fall ball scrimmages, let’s take a look at who some of the early contenders in each conference are. Continue reading “Early Contenders: MAAC”

Former NCAA DI Teams That Need to Comeback

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Over the course of the history of college lacrosse there have been many teams that have come into existence. While some teams stay there are other programs that get the axe for an array of reasons, including Title IX and financial issues. However, putting all issues aside and just looking at logic from a lacrosse perspective here are some schools that NEED to bring back their program and make the most sense, as well.  Continue reading “Former NCAA DI Teams That Need to Comeback”